Why Credit Repair Matters for Service Members

One thing that many military members may not consider as part of their coming off active duty and returning to civilian life is the importance of taking the time to work on repairing their credit. Millions of Americans are in need of some amount of credit repair, regardless of whether they ever served in the […]

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How a Credit Fix can Help Divorcees Purchase Homes

People who are going through a divorce likely have a lot to deal with beyond the simple facts of their finances, but in reality it can be difficult for those who deal with the process to find fiscal stability soon after it ends. Part of that may have to do with how they manage their credit […]

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Should IRS Issues Arise, Credit Repair May Be Best

Tax time can be extremely stressful for many consumers simply because they may have a lot of uncertainty about their finances when they're waiting to hear from the IRS, and if the agency reports back that the filer owes money, it might be a good time to go back and look into some credit repair tactics […]

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Before Deployment, Fixing Credit and Balancing Household Budget is a Must for Military Members

When military members are facing deployment for the first time, they likely have a lot to think about, but one aspect of their lives that many may not consider is the quality of their credit and finances. However, doing so can be of the utmost importance not only for family members while they're away, but […]

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What Qualifies as a Good Credit Score for Service Members?

Many people in the military today may be set to leave active duty and return to civilian life, but some may not know that an important component of doing so successfully includes taking the time to make sure they have good credit scores. There is obviously a lot that can go into determining whether a […]

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How Credit Reporting Agencies Can Help Graduates

Recent college graduates likely have a lot on their plates once they get out of school, and may not consider the many ways in which their credit score will affect them in their everyday lives as independent adults, but taking the time to deal with what could be a diminished standing can serve them well […]

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How Military Members Can Improve Credit Score After Service

Many Americans currently may be aware of the general importance that their credit scores have in their everyday lives, and this is particularly true for people who might have spent several months or more without routinely maintaining their standing in general, such as military members who were on active duty. Consequently, when a tour ends, […]

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Credit Repair, Taxes and Budgeting: A Big Season Ahead for Graduates

Today, recent college graduates likely have a lot on their plates in terms of getting themselves ready for a strong financial future. While it has never been easy for these young adults to gain financial independence and set themselves up for success, it may be even more difficult these days, and particularly during this time […]

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After Fixing Credit, Divorcees May Want to Move to These Affordable Areas

Many people who go through a divorce may find that their finances are appreciably different at the end of the process than what they looked like at the beginning, and that can include not only major monetary shifts, but also significant changes to their credit standing. The unfortunate fact is that after many Americans go through […]

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How to Split Assets Prior to Finalizing a Divorce

The divorce process obviously involves a lot of discussion about who gets what after a marriage ends, and a lot of those discussions can grow acrimonious and contentious in a hurry, leading to hard feelings and more problems. But one thing that couples should take the time to consider carefully is who will be responsible for […]

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